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As much fun travelling via fiction is, sometimes all you need is to sit back and take the time to enjoy a drink, a piece of cake and chat with the people on the journey with you. Authors act as travel guides of a sort and so we love to chat to them to talk about their setting, characters and inspiration.

So sit back, relax and enjoy with a cuppa and a cake of course!

Book set in Lithuania – The Truth Waits by Susan Beard

  • Submitted: 13th December 2018

 The Truth Waits by Susan Beard is a tough and emotional read There's a number of reasons why it's good to read The Truth Waits,…

Books set in China – Peter May’s crime thrillers

  • Submitted: 10th December 2018

Peter May is the author of six crime thrillers set in China. They form a series involving Li Yan, a Chinese detective, and Margaret Campbell, an American pathologist,…

Dickens London – Miss Marley, by Rebecca Mascull

  • Submitted: 7th December 2018

Miss Marley is a book set in Dickens' London It's a joint work between Vanessa Lafaye who sadly passed away before she could finish the…

Sweden Travel – Winter Beneath the Stars by Jo Thomas

  • Submitted: 6th December 2018

Winter Beneath the Stars is a book set in Sweden's most northernly areas including "Tallfors" and Swedish Lapland. I had to go and meet the…

Book set along the River Thames, Diane Setterfield

  • Submitted: 4th December 2018

A very special book set along the River Thames by Diane Setterfield which weaves magic through each and every one of its pages. Visit the…

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Longstone (DCI Ryan 10)

2000s: The tenth case for DCI Ryan and he’s between the devil and the deep blue sea

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